Can a Motorola Droid Razr outsell a initial Android Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone? Well, maybe — with a assistance of Black Friday.
Apparently, a subsidized Galaxy Nexus is not nonetheless accessible here in United States and a smartphone apparently missed a Black Friday rush, while a Motorola Droid Razr is now cheaper pleasantness of third-party retailers.
According to reports, a Droid Razr is now cheaper in some stores, and a cheapest so distant is a Droid Razr Black Friday understanding from Amazon Wireless, usually $0.01 with a 2-year agreement agreement. However, Amazon’s Droid Razr is now listed underneath “Backordered” with adult to 9 days smoothness delay.
Amazon is also charity other inexpensive though high-end Android smartphones like Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch of Sprint, Galaxy S II Skyrocket of ATT and Verizon’s Motorola Droid Bionic for a penny too.
Rumors contend Verizon will sell a Galaxy Nexus on Nov 29 or Dec 8 regulating a $199 cost tab that is $100 cheaper than a strange cost of a Droid Razr and a HTC Rezound, a Taiwan-based company’s second Verizon LTE phone, and a initial LTE Android smartphone with 720p shade (here in United States).
The Motorola Droid Razr is a thinnest LTE Android smartphone yet, usually 7.1 mm thick and also a initial Motorola smartphone that will get a Android Ice Cream Sandwich handling complement early subsequent year. Other facilities embody 4.3-inch qHD screen, 8-megapixel primary camera, front-facing camera and additional facilities pleasantness of Motorola’s disdainful accessories.
Reviews contend a Droid Razr’s weaknesses are shade peculiarity and miss of Android Ice Cream Sandwich, while a skinny form and Long Term Evolution are a advantages.
Verizon Wireless already said in a statement this month that a Droid Razr was set to accept “tremendous promotion weight” this month, indirectly suggesting that a Droid Razr is Verizon’s Nov (favorite) smartphone, and not a HTC Rezound or a Galaxy Nexus (if Verizon will sell it on a 29th).
This news was creatively posted on PopHerald.com as Droid Razr enjoys a Galaxy Nexus-less Black Friday 2011, underneath Gadgets and Mobile Category.
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